Last week I pulled out my pad to take notes from the amazing design of these World of Warcraft travel posters by Washington-based designer, Matt Stevenson. Continue reading World of Warcraft Travel Posters by dcmjs
I recently stumbled upon Hans Eijkelboom’s People of the Twenty First Century, a book in which the author spent 20 years compiling pictures of people who dress the same way.
This video of women showing their pets online in the exact same way blows that to mind boggling proportions. Continue reading Girls Showing Their Pets in the Same Way
The masked Japanese monster, Rockin’ Jelly Bean, has banded together with WING to produce Devil’s Cheerleaders Black Cheer, the second edition of a beautiful PVC figure based on one of his devilishly erotic illustrations. Continue reading Devil’s Cheerleaders Black Cheer Version
Life with Shisei is one of the awesome shows running on VICE Japan’s Youtube channel which points a light on Horiyoshi III, a famous and enigmatic Japanese tattoo artist with a very serious philosophy about the art and his full-body tattoo suits.
While I can’t relate to his lifestyle of line of work, I find that some of his philosophies as applied to any art form are valid and worth listening to if only to make us think about what we do and why. Check it out.
— Venice Beach Gandalf (@PortableKingpin) June 6, 2015
SCEA Senior Producer, Sam Thompson, twitted this photo of a wall at Sony HQ featuring a The Last of Us board game. Continue reading The Last of Us Board Game Decorates Sony HQ
I recently started rewatching the Rebuild of Evangelion remakes in glorious HD and I got giddy with excitement at looking all the amazing design choices in the first few films, not least of which was the UI design at the NERV headquarters. Continue reading The Amazing UI Design of Evangelion
Bill Mudron is a freelance illustrator whose come up with a collection of posters based on some of Studio Ghibli’s most popular films, including their 1979 collaboration rump with Monkey Punch’s Lupin III, Castle of Cagliostro. Continue reading Castle of Cagliostro by Bill Mudron
Who doesn’t like a nice ironic shirt? I don’t know the answer to that, but I’ll tell you right now I do and I cried a little on the inside when I found out this Ript Apparel design was on sale during my birthday and I didn’t take advantage of the sale.
Even though pigboom, the Philippine designer who made it, has his own online store I’m pretty sure this Studio Gojira design won’t cost $10 if and when he puts it on sale. Darny darn.
Update: Yup, his design is up on his official Red Bubble page for $30. A bit pricey (and yes, before you go there I know you can get it for $20 in other places), but it’s worth it if you got the cash and can help support the artist directly.
LEGO rolls out a new set that’s basically the classiest thing they’ve made since Falling Water. Continue reading New Lego Architecture Studio Goes Monochrome
Apparently it’s Animal Crossing and my favorite Zelda of all time, The Wind Waker. This is the lovely work of Amanda Winterstein, a background painter on Steven Universe, which you should binge watch now that you have time on the holiday break.
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